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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will seek input on whether digital customer engagement innovations used by financial firms should be governed by existing rules or may need new ones, commission chair Gary Gensler told Reuters.
Renewable energy, electric vehicles, smart farming – these are just some of the technologies being tapped into for a greener future.
The UK is turning to artificial intelligence to better predict when clouds affect its generation of solar energy, potentially helping to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels as a backup power source.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc has chosen 25 local independent journalists to be paid out of a $5 million pot to write for its newsletter site Bulletin through multiyear deals, the company told Reuters on Thursday.
The UK is looking to adopt hydrogen as a cleaner energy source, though its use to heat homes could prove to be an expensive challenge to overcome.
A third of the food we produce is thrown away. An app is trying to change that by connecting US consumers to extra food at a bargain price
Too Good to Go, a tech-for-good app that launched in 2016 and has recently expanded to Chicago is fighting food waste by connecting users to surplus food from local businesses.
Though known for bike-riding, the climate-vulnerable Dutch boast having 30% of Europe's electric vehicle charging points in the Netherlands
Worldwide, miners on the bitcoin network generate more than 100 quintillion hashes per second — that's 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 guesses per second, according to Blockchain.com.
Hydrogen, though touted as a potential cleaner source of energy, might actually produce higher greenhouse gas emissions than coal, a study found.
Thailand's state owned petrol giant PTT Pcl is going on a green spending spree, investing billions on electric-vehicle and renewable-energy companies and tilting its traditional businesses toward chemicals and plastics.